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The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ondo State has suspended Senator Jimoh Ibrahim, who represents Ondo South Senatorial District, for alleged anti-party activities.

This suspension was executed by 16 members of the APC executive from Ibrahim’s Igbotako Ward II in Okitipupa Local Government Area.


Senator Ibrahim’s suspension follows his challenge to the party’s primary election, which declared incumbent Governor Lucky Aiyedatiwa as the APC candidate for the upcoming election.

Ibrahim had publicly condemned the primary, describing it as a “mega fraud” and asserting that no legitimate election took place.

Discontented with the primary results, Ibrahim, who was one of fifteen gubernatorial aspirants, took legal action to contest the process, calling for its annulment and the conduct of a fresh primary.


In a statement, the ward executive outlined their reasons for the suspension, stating, “We have found Senator Jimoh Ibrahim’s actions to be in violation of the party’s constitution, particularly his decision to sue the party and his engagement in anti-party activities.”

The suspension letter, which cites Article 21, Section A of the APC Constitution, declares Ibrahim’s immediate suspension due to insubordination and anti-party activities.

The letter further accuses Ibrahim of urging his supporters to defect to the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP) and claiming he would secure the gubernatorial ticket from NNPP.

The letter reads, “Senator Jimoh Ibrahim has openly declared his intent to disrupt APC before leaving the party, as evidenced by his actions in the Federal High Court in Abuja and his derogatory remarks about APC in various media outlets.”

The suspension effectively bars Ibrahim from participating in any APC activities nationwide.

In response, Banji Okuomo, a spokesperson for Senator Ibrahim, stated that they had not yet received the official suspension letter from the ward executive members.

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